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    Haven't had to do this since the tape days in FCP but now that I need to it's so frustrating that this isn't an option available to us yet in 2018 - it's so basic. Tech support weren't helpful prior to finding this article to say it can't be done - yet. What's the point in dragging a clip from a timeline sequence into a project folder to export if it doesn't take any of the grade or warp settings with it? Totally useless.

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